Remembering Postmodernism : Trends in Recent Canadian Art

Cheetham, Mark A.; Hutcheon, Linda. Remembering Postmodernism : Trends in Recent Canadian Art. Toronto, Ont.: Oxford University Press, 1991.

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Abstract (English)

In an examination of the mnemonic dimensions of Canadian postmodernism, Cheetham focuses on the relation of postmodernism to the historical past and memory in defining a subject in works of art; the author also considers the social and political uses of memory, giving special attention to the dimensions of play and gender. Hutcheon's essay maps the territory of Canadian postmodernism and argues for a politicized understanding of postmodernist theory and practice. Biographical notes on the authors and 35 artists. Index of names. Bibl. 3 p.

Types: Monographs
All Contributors: Cheetham, Mark A. (Author); Hutcheon, Linda (Author)
Dossier: 600 - CANADA
Collation: 146 p. : 31 ill. (1 col.) ; 22 x 14 cm
ISBN: 0195408179
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Toronto, Ont.: Oxford University Press
Artists: Ayearst, Sheila; Barber, Bruce; Beam, Carl; Belanger, Sylvie; Buyers, Jane; Carr-Harris, Ian; Charney, Melvin; Clay, Allyson; Conde, Carole; Beveridge, Karl; Denniston, Stan; Evergon; Fabo, Andy; Fafard, Joe; Fastwurms; Favro, Murray; Geleynse, Wyn; General Idea (Collective); Gosselin, Marcel; Grauerholz, Angela; Gurney, Janice; Hassan, Jamelie; Hume, Vern; Ludlow, Greg; Macdonnell, William; Mansell, Alice; Miles, Geoff; Molinari, Guido; Scott, Nigel; Sherman, Tom; Steinman, Barbara; Tod, Joanne; Tousignant, Claude; Wedman, Neil; Wiens, Robert; Wodiczko, Krzysztof

Also published in French in 1992 by Liber under the title: "La mémoire postmoderne : Essai sur l'art canadien contemporain" (ISBN 2980202002).

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